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Georgia Specific Power of Attorney for the Sale of Property


In this form the principle (whether a resident of Georgia or not) appoints an agent to sell their Georgia property. The agent has the power to execute any and all documents and to do any and all acts necessary to sell or consummate the real estate transaction for a specific real property, including but not limited to the execution of Warranty Deeds, Limited Warranty Deeds and Quit Claim Deeds, signing purchase and sale agreements and any other necessary paperwork related to said closing and to do any other thing or perform any other act, in which the principle might do in person with respect to the transaction referenced, it being intended that this shall be a limited power of attorney for the purposes of this property transaction only. There is a "special instructions" section where the principle can further limit or define the agent's powers. This power of attorney is durable and terminates on a future date provided by the principle or by a written notification.
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Johnny A. said: My complete name is Johnny Alicea Rodriguez And the DEED is on my half brother and mine name. Jimmy Dominguez and myself Thanks


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Georgia Specific Power of Attorney for the Sale of Property Form